Subtext

The meaning beneath the superficial surface of a play's story, often more important then the latter.

Subtext

[programming language] Subtext is a moderately visual programming language and environment, for writing application software. It is an experimental, research attempt to develop a new programming model, called Example Centric Programming, by treating copied blocks as first class prototypes, for program structure. It uses live text, similar t...
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Subtext

[software] Subtext is a blog publishing system written in C# on ASP.NET. All data is stored in a Microsoft SQL Server database. The latest release of Subtext is 2.5, released on June 6, 2010. It is distributed under the BSD License. ==Features== ==History== Subtext was announced on May 4, 2005, but the first release (Subtext Nautilus Editio...
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subtext

Unstated message or theme in a speech or piece of writing, conveyed in the tone of voice, choice and arrangement of words etc. The subtext can be used as a literary device, and can be important to...
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